Features, Opinion & Analysis

2 mins ago | October 27, 2021

Editorial Comment: Arrogant lobbyists do not speak for the people

Civic society organisations cover a vast range of topics and needs and as a consequence there are a large number of ...

When journalists turn rogue

There is a thin-fine-line that separates journalism and intelligence work, both are concerned with collecting ...

Covid-19 infections among learners decrease

Cabinet received an update on the country’s response to the Covid-19, procurement and roll-out of vaccines which was ...

Analysts welcome AU’s appointment of Lungu

In the pursuit of ridding the continent of the remaining vestige of colonisation and apartheid and to safeguard the ...

Car plant to assemble Hyundai Excel vehicles commissioned

QUEST Motor Manufacturing (Pvt) Limited yesterday commissioned a $58 million assembly line in Mutare to assemble Hyundai ...

1 day ago | October 26, 2021

EDITORIAL COMMENT: Public procurement prevents corruption

Public procurement gives one of the largest gateways to corruption and yet can be the major tool to clamp down on ...

Two decades of unjustified exclusion: Unpacking ZIDERA, ...

It is without doubt that sanctions are a crime against humanity, an unfair treatment of race against race, nation ...

When A1 became the game changer

Last Thursday, Government launched an artificial insemination (AI) station in Chegutu under the European Union (EU) ...

‘We will never tire until we are free from sanctions’

This is an interview done by The Daily newspaper of Nigeria with Zimbabwe’s Ambassador to Nigeria, Maxwell Ranga , who ...

Donnybrook to host motor cycle race final

THIS Sunday sees the final leg of the Zimbabwe Rhodesia national championship for motor cycle and Formula M racing cars ...

1 day ago | October 25, 2021

Sudan military seizes power, dissolves transitional government

By Khalid Abdelaziz KHARTOUM, Oct 25 (Reuters) – Sudan’s military seized power in a coup on Monday, ...

EDITORIAL COMMENT: Sanctions need to be removed

Today our neighbours in SADC actively campaign for the removal of sanctions against Zimbabwe, sanctions that have harmed ...

Printer back at work with false hand

The Herald, October 25, 1979   THE instant Richard Barwise activated the electric guillotine in the Salisbury Printing ...